“Dear Steve, I did not realize that the interest racks up a credit card biil like it does. One late payment (about 1 hour late) has made my interest go up to astronomical proportions. I haven’t used my card in over a year. I pay regular payments, my bill goes even highr with each payment. I have probably charges about ... Read More »
An Israeli archeologist has discovered what he says is the earliest-known Hebrew text, found on a shard of pottery that dates to the time of King David from the Old Testament, about 3,000 years ago. Carbon dating of the ostracon (meaning “statement”), along with pottery analysis, dates the inscription to time of King David, about a millennium earlier than the ... Read More »
Which Presidential Candidate Is Better For Debtors? Personal Finnance Bloggers Question of The Week.
This weeks personal finance brain trust question was: Which U.S. presidential candidate will most likely do more to help debtors and/or reform current bankruptcy regulations? Feel free to elaborate. WC – A 27-year-old writer living in Chicago and writing about personal finance through The Writer’s Coin. This question seems like a veiled attempt at asking “who are you voting for?” ... Read More »